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Coy Is Yale's'
New Him en. Conn., Nov. 2C Ed
ward HiirrlH Coy, Jr., was last night
elected cniitnln of tlio Yulo footliall
team for next jear. After an Informal
ballot tlio election was niailo iiniinl
minis. The rliolco meets with general
approval aiming the students and grail-j
antes of Yale. I
Coy prepared for Yalo nt tlio Hotch-,
kiss 'School, Lnkevllle. Conn., vvhero,
Ms father was head master until his.
Coy's homo Is In New Haven. Ho
Is twenty ears old, aliout six feet tall
and weighs 1U." pounds. He played
tnckle In Ills fresiuan cIiirs team and
has been fullback on tlio Yalo varsity
tor two ycarB.
Last spring Coy plajcd first baso
on the varsity baseball team for a.
short lime. Ho also took the high
jump ami shot put events against
Princeton. He Is a hockey and basket
ball player and a member of the Jun
ior Promenade Commltteo, ono of tho
highest social honors of the Junior
jcar. His brother, Sherman Coy, was
nn end on Gordon llrown's football
eleven In 1900 and was manager of the
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SPRECKELS HORSE TAKES
HEAVY PURSES AT ARCADIA
l.os. l.os Angeles, Nov. 30. St.
Klmwood, owned by Rudolph Sprci.lt
els, who will sell his entire racing
stable nt Santa Anltn Saturday after
noon In pursuance of his determina
tion to retire from tlio turf, was an
exceptionally strong good thing this af
ternoon, being loudly touted as a suro
thing winner and well supported In
the ring at fives and eights. Aichlbald
took him away from the post In fiont
and niado a runawiiy nice of It, beat
ing Captain llurnctt, also heavily
rlaycd, by a length.
Conductor Jack McManus put over
his first winner of tho season when
Short Cut, which opened second cholco
at 8 to G and drifted to sixes, breezed
five furlongs and then stopped so fast
that ho only beat Maid of Gotham, 25
to 1, by n head. Tom Held, odds on
favorite, finished fourth, nnd lllame-
less, owned by President Tom Wil
liams, also heavily backed, ran a win-
plug raco from tho start. With an oven
break Ulntucless would havd breezed.
llnry R the favorite, beat Taylor's
George A. Nod through a imorflde by
J'agc. Cnnlnue repeated the previous
ace, beating Ampins In n romp.
The attendance was good and specu
lation brisk, with the books having tlio
first winning day of the season.
BRITT EXPECTS TO GIVE
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New York, Dec. 1. "Jimmy" Ilrltt,
In a letter from Ixindon to a boxing
enthusiast In this city, declares Hint
ho will no doubt again moot "Johnny"
Summers. "Tho Uttlu flrltlshcr Is not
satisfied that 1 defeated him In our
last contest," writes Ilrltt, "and I am
perfectly willing tit glvo him another
chance. Tho National Sporting Club
has offered a purse or K,000, nnd Sum
mers has signed up. I nm at present
tied up for several weeks with music
hall engagements, but when I Imvn
fill tilled these contracts, 1 will again
tuke mi' Summers. I am In excellent
condition nnd will win easily the next
tlmo wo meet."
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Cornelius Connolly easily wins Cen
tury athletic club's Marathon race.
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1'iimber, which has Just been Issued,
tho volume being a fitting climax of
tho artistic priTdiictlons which have
during tho past jear como forth fiom
that aitlstlc press. Tho pictorial side
nf tho paper Is, as usual, excellent, and
the subjects for Illustration aiu well
chosen and of interest to katiMtilnas,
as well as to thoso who have never
como i o our shores. Among tho main
articles aio "Krnlts of Sunshlno Land"
by Kllucir A. Langston, "Acipiatic
Spoils" by Alexander Iliimo Kord, "Ag
ilcultiiral Opportunities of Hawaii" by
llyron O. Clink, "Promotion Commlt
teo Progress" by Will J, Cooper, "Tho
Deer of Molnkal" by Dr. Camp, "Hub
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"Heceiit Lava Flows" by Hoy. W. I).
Westcrvolt, "Tho Honolulu of tho
Near Future" by Oeorgo V. Ilensrutl,
"Tho Plneapplo Inilustrj" by W. H,
Thomiib, "Cotton" tiy F. G. Krauss
and "Island Poultry" by John J.
Bat Nelson To
Box Welsh In
Los Angeles, Nov.'30. nattllng Nel
son hat niado a favorable reply to thu
offer of Freddie Welsh for a forty-flvo
round contest for tho lightweight
chlmplonshlp ami a 15,000 side bet, but
declines tlio offer for the present. Ills
rCply, which Karon I.ong of tho Jef
fries Athletic Club received yesterday,
lc as follows: "Thanks for considera
tion. Uusy writing book, building
twenty houses, etc. Tlmo taken to lat
ter part of January. Welsh moro el
igible than McFarland. Consider
Welsh later, tlcgnrds to all,"
This Is taken here to mean that
Nelson considers Welsh as having a
nettcr claim upon him for a champion
ship battlo than Pacticy McFarland
has at this time, nnd tho promise to
tnko him on later has caused Long
to begin to lay plans for a February
meet between this pair.
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To Box 25
San Francisco, Dec. 1. Jimmy Cof-
Itoth, who has been quietly pulling tho
wires in an effort tii Induce J no Gans
to meet Packy Md'arland In n twenty
five round battlo, found tlio current
shut off Inst night when ho received
a dcflnlto deply from the dusky Bnltl
morean declined to re-enter tlio ring
over a long route. GatiB Is perfectly
wilting to tackle Packy In a short
round affair back Kant, but ho la doing
profitable business nt his hotel and
doesn't sco where ho can make any
thing In tho fighting lino by traveling
to this coast.
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE REALM OF SPORT
Australian cnuls players won Davis
cup, finally defeating American con
a a a
Joo Jones' filly Flgent, 20 to 1, fur
r I shed a surprlso by winning two year
old feature at Emeryville.
Itudolph Sprcckels" St. Klmwood do
rented' Captain Durnctt nt Santa Anita.
One world's record nnd two indoor
records were broken at tho opening of
A. A. U. championships In Sun Fran
cisco. a a a
Motorcyclist breaks world's record
for mile at Ascot park, Ius Angeles.
Joe Gans refused Coffroth's offer to
fight MrFnrlnnd In San Francisco on
New Year's day.
a a a
Powers nnd Walsh rldo same num
ber of winners at Emory villa during
n n a
Don Lnrlquo's winnings for his own
er, C, it. Klllton, total 12710.
a a a
Hlldrcth still heads list of winning
owners now operating at Emeryville.
a a a
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G. C. Beekley, Jr.
C'AMIIItlDdK, Mass., Nov. 30.
The letter sent by President ltoose
velt to Vcrwlebc, half buck of tho
Harvaid football cloven, following
tho victory over Yale, was answeicd
by the Harvard student last night as
"Ilollls Hall, Harvard University.
My Dear Mr. Hoosuvelt: I received
jour kind and appreciative letter on
the 21th. I nssuro 5011 that It was
with tlio greatest thanks and gratl
tudo that I read your sentiments. I
agree with you that Konnnrd should
bo given much credit, but I also feel
that every other member of tho team
deserves and ought to receive Just as
much pritlso as I. If, as you Bar, It
was duo to my work that Kcnnni 1
was enabled to kick his goal, it was
In turn, due to tho other fellows that
I could accomplish what I did. Sin
eeioly nnd gratefully yours,
"ERNEST F. VEUWIKI1E."
Los Angeles, Nov. 30. Fred Hayek's
motorcycle turned tho Ascot Park oval
)estcrday afternoon in 03 seconds for
one mile, ono second faster than tho
world' i record of 64 seconds thnt he
already held. With a standing start
ho niado tho first mllo In 1:01, which
was aanthor world's record, and for
flvo miles he had another to his credit
In 4.38. Oeorgo Illaylock rode ten
miles In 9:40, which Is another
Promptly at 1 o'clock tho rider lined
up for tho start of tho first race. Three
scratches left Seymour, Graves and
Logo for starters. Seymour led tho
trio all tho way for flvo miles, which
wfts for slnglo cylinder Block machines
fully equipped. They finished In the
trdcr previously named In 6:30 1-3.
In tho second raco only thrco lined
up, Huyck, Graves and Seymour. Sey
mour Won In 5:30 1-3. Flvo lined up
for tho slnglo cylinder freo-for all,
which was won by Frcddlo Huyck.
Chcllnl of San Francisco ran him to a
closo r.ccond. Tho second mllo was
made in 1:01, with tho total time for
tho flvo miles as 5:21 2-5
It was in tho fourth event that
Huyck won his spurs, nnd In tho flvc
miles In a free-for-all , double, ho
clipped a second off his former mllo
rtandlng start, and set tho murk for
tho flvo miles down to 4.3S. Ho mndo
tho first mllo In 1:01, the fastest In
0.S3, and the flvo miles in 1.58. Illay
lock took second and Earhart third.
Tho fifth was free for. all slnglo cyl
inders and was won tiy Knappo In
Tho races for the championship of
California In tho single and doublo
classes wcro the best races of tho day.
In tho slnglo classes for ten miles.
Chcllnl of San Francisco won from
Ualke, who finished second, and from
Graves, third, nnd Seymour, fourth.
Dloylock rodo a fast raco in tho
championship for doubles and won by
a half mllo from Sliafer, who was second.
Illaylock sot a new record In tho
championship raco, making tho ten
miles In 0:40.
Tho one-hour raco proved a serious
disappointment, as Huyck had to drop
out owing to an accident to his ma
chine. Dlaylock, on tho blg-sovcn
horscpowor machine, took first prlto,
riding S7 3-4 miles in tho hour.
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JOHNSON CONFIDENT THAT
HE CAN DEFEAT BURNS
ADELAIDE, Australia, Nov. 2.
Jaclc Johnson, tho colored boxer,
who will fight Tommy Hums for tho
championship of tho world, landed
from K. M. S. Ortona today. He will
proceed overland to Sydney.
Notwithstanding tho presence of
tho Governor General, tho Primate
of Australia, and the Illshop of Ade
laide who, by the way, all shook
hands with Johnson beforo ho left
tho vessel the crowd neglected tho
dignitaries and rushed the boxer as
ho stepped down tho gangway, nnd,
demanded a speech.
Johnson said: "Sure, glvo mo n box
to stand on, nnd I'll make you a
speech." He was taken to the back
of the goods-shed, whero a fruit-box
wus upended, and Johnson, mount
ing it, said: "Gentlemen, nil I have
to say to you Is this may tho beat
man win. If Hums Is tho best I
will shako hands with him, and t
nm quite sure he will do tho same to
mo If I beat him. This Is not the
first time I hnvo been to Australia,
nnd I hnvo a warm corner In my
heart for this country. Don't take
any notice of what I was reported to
have said at Frcmantle about 'Tan
my"; I never Bald It."
' With regard to putting up 2000
thnt he would rftop Hums In twenty
rounds, Johnson Bald: "There Is no
wireless telegraphy on this boat. I
heard about this at Fromantlo. When
I get to Sydnoy I will put down"
1000, and possibly I'll put down
another thousand to cover his 2000
but, all the same, Hums and I aro
friends. You newspaper people try
to mako us out enemies."
Asked If ho was confident about
tho fight, Johnson replied, "All I can
say Is I am not worried."
"Strlvo on, llttlo man." said tho
benovolent old gentleman, "and bohio
day jon may bo president."
"Aw, that's a plpu." scoffed tho
youngster In the groon sweater. "Mo
parents spoiled mo chances long ago."
"And how dhl they spoil jour
"Why, dey rorgot to namo mo Hill,
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